Indiska today

Indiska is a Swedish family own business that has been around for more than 120 years. We sell fashion, interior design and accessories in our 48 stores* in Scandinavia, on the international website and through a number of platforms, where Zalando is the largest.

Indiska offers home furnishings, clothes and accessories in modern Nordic design with influences from all corners of the world - a wide range with everything from comfortable basic garments, exclusive furniture and that little extra that adds a little extra to the everyday life. We strive for sustainability in all areas and to offer our customers products at good quality and price.


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In 1901, the first seed was sown for what is today the Indiska brand. The self-employed Mathilda Hamilton, who was constantly on the move and had a penchant for India, opened her first store on Regeringsgatan in Stockholm - the Indian exhibition. There she sold exclusive items from her travels; everything from hand-embroidered silk fabrics to candlesticks shaped like cobras. In 1951, Åke Thambert took over the business and set the tone for what would become a very successful chain of stores.


Today, the business is owned and operated by Indiska's CEO Karin Lindahl. In total, we have about 210* full-time employees in Sweden with headquarters in Stockholm and 25* employees in the production office in New Delhi, India.

* July, 2022

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